House Beautiful Launches Favorite Paint Colors App

When it comes to paint, color is the biggest deciding factor on what you’ll get. And with so many hues available, it can be a daunting selection process! Now, thanks to House Beautiful’s new 500+ Favorite Paint Colors app, you can “confidently choose the best paint color for your space,” writes Jen Derose.
HouseBeautiful PaintColorsApp House Beautiful Launches Favorite Paint Colors App
The app includes a number of tools that help you decide the best color for each room of your home. If you seek inspiration from shelter magazines, you’ll love the Editors Picks, which display top choices in 10 hues. Interested in a more personalized approach? The color personality tool uses numerology to discover your perfect color.
You can also browse 669 paint colors while reading pro reviews and save your top picks in My Paint Box so that you can compare your favorites side-by-side.


And the best part? You can crowdsource your choices, thanks to sharing features that allow you to post your favorites to Facebook and Twitter. Paint color polls, anyone?
The app is currently available for the iPad at a price of $4.99 and is available in the iTunes store. If you download and use it, let us know what you think!
Speaking of apps, do you find yourself using DIY apps more often as you take on various projects? Or do you prefer to seek inspiration and expertise from other sources?
Photo courtesy of iTunes

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  • http://www.celibataire-endurci.com/ Giulia Relation

    Nice job but you need a lot of tools to build a table. at least you need a circular electric saw, and a hammer :)) the idea is nice but where is the tutorial on how you built it?

    • http://www.charlesandhudson.com Charles & Hudson

      I believe this builder wanted to capture the essence of building the table from their great photos and it doesn’t serve as a tutorial but rather inspiration.